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mark-up

1. a percentage or amount added to the cost of a commodity to provide the seller with a profit and to cover overheads, costs, etc.
2. 
a. an increase in the price of a commodity
b. the amount of this increase
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Chocolate bars, crisps and meat snacks also enjoyed huge mark-ups - 380%, 302% and 200% respectively.
Companies should be able to make money but these are huge mark-ups by anybody's standards.
Conwill approved all 53 mark-ups above 5 percent, including 42 of the 43 excessive or fraudulent mark-ups for the elderly investor's accounts.
DHL also agreed to pay ABX Air incremental Hub Services mark-up for the second and third quarters of 2008.
Because the RAW account pulls the institutional pricing into the same MetaTrader 4 platform as our other accounts in an ECN/STP environment, it means there's no dealing desk, no price manipulation, no requotes and no mark-ups.
Shops are taking advantage of this and are forcing travellers to pay mark-ups of up to 221 per cent for travel-sized versions of shampoo, toothpaste and shower gel.
The biggest mark-ups were on items such as crisps, shortbread and muffins.
com and avoid "screenscraper, ticket-tout websites", which it claims add hidden mark-ups of between 200% and 300% on top of the ticket price.
The supermarkets have also taken advantage of the weakened position of the farming industry by forcing poverty-rates on farmers while still charging huge mark-ups on the supermarket shelves.
High mark-ups on wine was third in the list of rip-offs.
Four committees held mark-ups and passed legislation regarding data security, including S.
Chapters also cover duty to supervise, advertising and communications, compensation, mark-ups, insider trading, SEC and SRO inspections, compliance programs and financial obligations.